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Kurkh Stele of Shalmaneser III  #biblicalarchaeology

Top 10 Discoveries of Old Testament Biblical Archaeology

Tiglath-Pileser III - Wikipedia

Where Archaeology Meets The Bible: Middle Babylonian Period – 625 BCE]

White marble. Julio-Claudian period. Corinthian pilaster capital From the northern slopes of the Janiculan Hill, Rome (1999). Rome, Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici.  On display on the Palatine for the Nero exhibition in Rome.

Corinthian pilaster capital From the northern slopes of the Janiculan Hill, Rome Rome, Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici. On display on the Palatine for the Nero exhibition in Rome.

Digital Reconstruction of the Northwest Palace, Nimrud, Assyria

Digital Reconstruction of the Northwest Palace, Nimrud, Assyria

Mmm, That's Good: 10 Of Chicago's Best Coffee Shops #refinery29

Mmm, That's Good: 10 Of Chicago's Best Coffee Shops

Mmm, That's Good: 10 Of Chicago's Best Coffee Shops #refinery29

A 9,000 year-old mask is on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem on 10 March 2014.

World's oldest masks go on display

In this Monday, March 2014 photo, year-old masks are on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The exhibition called "Face To .

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon was created by me between March and May of 2013 for the Mesopotamia exhibition of the Royal Ontario Museum

Reconstruction of the ancient city of Babylon was created by me between March and May of 2013 for the Mesopotamia exhibition of the Royal Ontario Museum - with an important interactive link!

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GIF Art: Hateplow X-rays Stone Sculptures from a Past Era

4Q246 –  4Q Apocryphon of Daniel

Biblical Archaeology: Exploring The Dead Sea Scrolls Apocryphon of Daniel)

The Parthenon Marbles on display in the British Museum, London.

The Parthenon Sculpture (aka Elgin Marbles) exhibit hall (no at The British Museum.

Omri on Sargons Palace

Where Archaeology Meets The Bible: Middle Babylonian Period – 625 BCE]

Where Archaeology Meets The Bible: Middle Babylonian Period [1000 - 625 BCE] | Dust Off The Bible

Where Archaeology Meets The Bible: Middle Babylonian Period - 625 BCE]

King Hezekiah's Ring Discovered In Trash Heap | Dust Off The Bible

King Hezekiah’s Ring Discovered In Trash Heap

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